According to an official post on Samsung’s social forums earlier in the day, UI 2.0 beta – based on Android 10 – too early (via @jtinseoul Kei twitter). Next article the Samsung Galaxy S10 family this is the first to use the beta version.
For clarity, the Galaxy S10 family will include the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e. The Galaxy S10 5G not included in this initial release.
Of course, Samsung has stuck to what it did last year with the first launch of its new de-innovation. Android UI skin With the release of the beta, South Korean models will be expanding into other countries, including the United States – shortly thereafter.
See the announcement for the UI 2.0 beta photography below:
Like last year’s beta, fewer people have been invited to the Samsung Members app for the Korean version of the Galaxy S10 family models. These small slot packages are likely to fill up, and then Samsung will open up new locations in other countries.
Samsung does not announce a specific date for when the UI 2.0 beta details will be released, but says it will be “soon.” It is a good bet that we will see this happen before the end of the month.
Interestingly, Samsung’s new flags – the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus – should not be considered part of this first beta phase. These tools may be part of the beta, but not just the beginning, apparently.
However, if Samsung changes this beta by the end of October it will look a bit faster than the One UI that was rolled out last year. That beta project did not start until mid-November, as we will probably see a 10-year-old Android book to choose from Samsung flags faster than we have seen. on Android 9 Good changed last year.